Fuxing Hao Train

Traveling on the Fuxing Hao train in China delivers a high-speed, state-of-the-art journey, seamlessly linking major urban centers with reliability and comfort. This train is renowned for its advanced technology and luxurious amenities, ensuring a fast and pleasant travel experience for all passengers.
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Do you want to take high-speed travel to new heights? Getting onboard a bullet Fuxing train is exactly what you need if that's the case. Fuxing Hao is a wonder of modern engineering that was designed and produced in China. Although it may seem impossible, these trains can travel at a top speed of 400 km/h (250 mph).

​It goes without saying that Fuxing trains were designed carefully to reduce air resistance during their journey (as well as operating costs). Furthermore, high-speed trains place a high priority on the comfort of travelers.

In addition to being among the fastest bullet trains, the Fuxing Hao trains are also among the best-equipped. Seat information displays, electrical sockets, complimentary Wi-Fi, and headrests are provided in the trains. Moreover, a first-class seat can even be converted into a bed!

Trains can run for a short distance on their own during periods of power outages, making it easier for them to move to a safer location at low speed during earthquakes or running in a tunnel.

Fuxing Train Classes

Second Class

There is no doubt that second-class seats are the most affordable on high-speed trains. There are five seats in a row (3+2). But keep in mind that the space between rows is not so large.

Features:
  • Affordable price
  • 5 seats in a row (3+2)
  • Power outlets

First Class

Seats in first class are more spacious and comfortable than those in second class since there are 4 rows in a row. However, they are more expensive.

Features:
  • 4 seats in a row (2+2)
  • Partially reclining seats
  • Foldable tables
  • Pillow and footrest
  • Power outlets

Superior Class

There are three seats arranged in a row. A glass door separates the superior coach from other coaches, resulting in a quieter atmosphere and more privacy for passengers. Seats in superior are more expensive than first-class seats, but cheaper than business-class seats.

Features:
  • VIP reclining seats
  • 3 seats per row or 3 seats on one side
  • 16 superior seats per train
  • Spacious, comfortable and quiet

Business Class

A luxury business class seat can only be found on trains belonging to the G category, which is the most luxurious. The rows of seats are spaced out by two meters (6.6 feet). The seats in the row can all recline horizontally, and there are three in a row (2+1).

Features:
  • Most luxurious seats on high-speed trains
  • 3 seats in a row (2+1)
  • Flat-screen TV and power outlets
  • VIP lounge
  • Fully reclining seats